I have a 2000 Rexhall American Clipper 26 foot. When I bought it, I took it straight to a tire shop and had new tires put on the front. After driving it 3000 miles to home, I took it and had four new tires put on the back. We have driven it approximately 11,000. When I took it in for the last maintainence checkup the mechanic said that the inside rear tires needed to be replaced. The other tires are still looking good. Is it usual for the inside rear tires to wear out faster than the others? Also, what tires are recommended for an RV of this type. I have been reading reviews online, but I would like to hear what others suggest. I am concerned with safety and stability.
Thanks in advance.